Caviar is a delicacy and one of food`s pure luxuries, we all know that. But would you pay £25,000 GBP for a 1.8 kilo tin?
This stuff is called Almas and comes from Beluga Sturgeon that are 60 and 80 years old and found in the Caspian Sea. Unusually the roe is pale amber in colour – it gets whiter the older the fish gets (useless fact for the day!)
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Is this the most expensive foodstuff in the world today?
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